Heat Presses


Blanks Sublimation have a range of Heat Presses to suit your requiremments and budget.

What is Sublimation?

Sublimation is a chemical process that depends on molecular bonding. It requires precise heat press settings for three aspects: time, temperature and pressure.

Choosing a Sublimation Heat Press

A heat press may look like an unsophisticated piece of equipment, but what you don’t see makes a difference when it comes to reliability and results.

Blanks Sublimation have a basic range and a ‘Professional’ range, so whatever level of experience you are there is an option for you.

Key requirements when choosing your press.

Platen Configuration

Most sublimation substrates are pressed using a flat heat press, these are available in several sizes.

Platen Size

Platen size is the most important factor when choosing a heat press, as it determines the maximum image sizes that can be applied.

Equal heat across the entire surface is important for high-quality sublimation.

Manual or Pneumatic

Platen pressure is controlled by adjusting a knob, which activates a jack-screw system that raises or lowers the upper platen in relation to the lower platen.

The gap should be increased or decreased, depending on the item’s thickness or thinness.

See the full range of Heat Presses below

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